Shoplifter in Chicago Gets Wrapped Up by Black Belt While Waiting for Police Arrive – Gracemont Gazette

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The crime in America’s big cities is astronomical since George Soros backed attorneys have been placed in office.  Chicago’s crime way is historic. 

Chicago is a big city but the amount of crime in the city has grown astronomically with the current mayor and gang of politicians running the city.  Crime in Chicago this year is up 36%.

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But while crime rises and criminals are set free, the politicians in the city are lost.  They totally ignore the crime and their citizens.  The city looks like it is run by bad actors.

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So it is good news to see that every once and a while a criminal is caught in the act.

Yesterday it was reported that an individual who assaulted a 7-Eleven employee was immediately apprehended by a customer who happens to be a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu.

“Hey, hey homie. Let me go, man, homie,” Cruz, bent like a pretzel, begged as 3rd-degree black belt jiu-jitsu instructor Idriz Redzovic pinned him to the floor of an Uptown convenience store Thursday evening.

It didn’t work.

“He assaulted a 7-Eleven employee, so I jumped in and took him to the ground and did a gift wrap hold, which is taught in the art of Jiu-Jitsu,” Redzovic explains. He teaches the martial art at Supreme Jiu-Jitsu Chicago.





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